iCLAW Culliney senior solicitor on being part of a young and dynamic team

Olivia Day talks about the diversity of her practice and what makes every day exciting

Sharp Tudhope Lawyers appoints new special counsel

New hire will subsequently join the firm’s partnership after fulfilling regulatory requirement

Wakefield Lawyers promotes three

Firm promotes one new senior associate and two new associates

Coalition of law firms launch initiative to tackle growing violence against Asians in the US

Initiative will coordinate and drive law firm pro bono resources on behalf of victims

Dentons Kensington Swan: What's to come in '21

The firm reveals its "byte-sized" picks on what to watch for in privacy this year

Partner at Wynn Williams has a ‘very simple’ mantra

Jenny Turner speaks to NZ Lawyer about client relationships and what diversity represents

Lower Hutt district court welcomes first Pasifika judge to sit outside Auckland

The appointment highlights the shifting judicial needs in New Zealand’s multicultural landscape

New legislation calls for addition of four more seats to US Supreme Court bench

The proposed expansion is a move to “restore balance to the nation’s highest court”

Cooney Lees Morgan appoints first part-timer partner

The arrangement will help to “set a new benchmark for work-life balance,” the firm says


Maybe Elon Musk has the right idea about crazy corporate titles

If you can understand that headline, you've spent too long at the office

Responsibility lies strictly with firms, which is why addressing the gaps is important, expert says

There is a lot of misinformation about this topic, which has created confusion, says Dr AML


The subtleties of trusts and AML/CFT compliance

There is a lot of misinformation about this topic, which has created confusion, says Dr AML

What in-house lawyers should keep in mind facing risk and compliance challenges

LOD’s Louise Unger shares three things in-house legal professionals should always consider

Lessons about national culture and its impact on workplace health and safety in New Zealand

Mai Chen shares insights into how a superdiversity framework can be applied to policy, legislation, and regulation

Fish out of water: When is a boat a ‘building’ subject to the Building Act 2004?

Experts explain why a recent MBIE determination can have implications for any person building a boat and using the structure during construction